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Old 11-07-2018, 11:40 PM   #721
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Btw, I just realized that this was a thread started by Dove.

I wonder what ever happened to Dove and her doggie.
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Old 11-07-2018, 11:50 PM   #722
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Btw, I just realized that this was a thread started by Dove.

I wonder what ever happened to Dove and her doggie.
I don't remember her at all. I checked her profile. She hasn't posted since before I joined.
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Old 11-08-2018, 12:49 AM   #723
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She was a very sweet older lady with some great cooking advice. Her avatar was of her little doggie named Dove.

I'm sure someone else will remember her.

Elfie, GB, Audeo, Michael in PHTWRTH (just kidding ), Lifter, Gretchen, Maidrite, Mudbug, Goodweed, Alix, Lefselover, Norgeskog, MicheleMarie (M-squared), Bang Bang, Lougaru, etc. etc..

My brain just cramped trying to remember so many old souls.
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Old 11-08-2018, 01:11 AM   #724
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Back on topic. I don't know if this has come up here, but a tip I was given years ago by my garlic man. He's a friend who grows it by the acre. He gives me garlic plaits. They look really cool. I freeze my cloves and when using it depends on the season, you may get the middle green bit. I cut the clove in half and take the stalk bit out. This is what gives you indigestion, or so I'm told.

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Old 11-08-2018, 11:13 AM   #725
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She was a very sweet older lady with some great cooking advice. Her avatar was of her little doggie named Dove.

I'm sure someone else will remember her.

Elfie, GB, Audeo, Michael in PHTWRTH (just kidding ), Lifter, Gretchen, Maidrite, Mudbug, Goodweed, Alix, Lefselover, Norgeskog, MicheleMarie (M-squared), Bang Bang, Lougaru, etc. etc..

My brain just cramped trying to remember so many old souls.
I'm there with you, BT. Lots of great folks who don't come around anymore.
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Old 11-08-2018, 02:16 PM   #726
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I suppose that people come and go for a lot of different reasons..


The last food forum I was in was a small group.. The originator eventually ran everyone off.. For a year it was fun but, it became evident that she felt that she was the only one doing it all correctly.. I believe that there were only 4 or 5 people left when I'd finally had enough of her..


This is a fun, diverse group..


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Old 11-08-2018, 04:23 PM   #727
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Never fry bacon while naked

Best tip ever! and honest too.
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I do various forums of interest and seen people come and go that I enjoyed, and this one is no different. Many of you guys and gal’s here have welcomed me here and made me feel right a home. At times I wish a had more to offer but enjoy reading some of new and old post.

Edit: in regards to Buckytom post above
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